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The funerary chapel is located in Lärchenallee des Hardtwalds, on the edge of the Fasanengarten between Adenauerring and Klosterweg.
It is one of the most atmospheric monuments of Baden's history.
The clients were the Baden Grand Duke Friedrich I and his wife Luise of Prussia. The reason for this was the early death of their youngest son Ludwig Wilhelm. The parents wished to be able to commemorate his stay away from the noise of the city "in the seclusion of deep forest peace".
February 24, 2018
The Grand Ducal burial chapel is located in the pheasant garden on Klosterweg and Lärchenallee. It was never a church.
It was built on behalf of Grand Duke Friedrich I of Baden and his wife Luise after the early death of their son Ludwig Wilhelm (1865-1888). The opening took place on June 29, 1896.
There are two fountains to the side of the chapel. With
Crypt, which can only be visited on a guided tour.
April 20, 2020
The Grand Ducal-Badische Grabkapelle was built in the years 1889 to 1896 according to the designs of Friedrich Hemberger and Franz Baer in the pheasant garden in the east of the fan city. In the crypt were Grand Duke Ludwig I of Baden (1763-1830), Henriette of Baden (1833-1834),
Grand Duke Leopold of Baden (1790-1852), Grand Duke Ludwig II of Baden (1824-1858), Prince William of Baden (1792-1859), Elisabeth Alexandrine of Württemberg (1802-1864), Sophie Wilhelmine of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf (1801-1865), Prince Maximilian of Baden (1796-1882), Prince Ludwig Wilhelm of Baden (1865-1888), Princess Pauline Elisabeth of Baden (1835-1891), Prince Charles of Baden (1832-1906), Grand Duke Friedrich Freiherr von Beust (1845-1908), Friedrich Count von Rhena (1877-1908), Luise of Prussia (1838-1923), Grand Duke Frederick II of Baden (1826-1907), Rosalie Countess von Rhena born Baroness von Beust (1845-1908) 1857-1928) and his wife
Hilda von Nassau (1864-1952) buried.
August 16, 2019
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